The French street artist “Invader” recently installed eleven mosaic artworks in Bhutan inspired by Buddhism and Buddhist culture.
The garden, made of granulated beet sugar, pays tribute to the experience of Japanese Canadians forced to work on sugar beet farms.
The 18-meter-long Buddha and the figures sitting on it are reconstructions of classical works.
Wabi sabi — a philosophy with roots in Zen tea ceremonies — posits that beauty lies in what is flawed.
Her masterpiece The Year of Magical Thinking is a meditation on the human mind both pointed and profound. David Swick profiles Joan Didion, a great American journalist observing her own mind and experience.
“It’s the biggest honor I’ve ever received in my life,” Sorey told the Hartford Courant. “I’m still processing it.”
Philosopher Timothy Morton is injecting Buddhism into Western philosophy in a way that’s never before been done.
In the midst of New York City’s celebration of vital poet, pop artist, and Buddhist, John Giorno, Lauria Galbraith speaks with him about his art and inspirations.
David Gabriel Fischer’s ongoing photo journal gives viewers a glimpse into a mind and world defined by Zen.
Despite the 5,000 miles between them, death row inmate “Moyo” and pen pal Maria Jain have come together to showcase his series of Buddha portraits in the exhibition “Buddhas on Death Row.”